Day 31: It’s been a slow release
Two weeks working,
One week off,
Last week training and backing-up files and cleaning and wading through goodbyes and pleasure working with you’s and keep in touches and silence and and…
This is my official last day. My for-real-for-real last day. The last time I’m physically putting myself in a space where I contractually obligated by my salary to serve someone’s else’s “genius” and give my best toward “the company’s” success.
I’m not bitter, and at the moment, I don’t even know if I’m eager. I’m up early just scraping the plaque of my thoughts off into this computer so I can start this day as clear as possible.
Mindfulness means being in the present, a hyperawareness of the moment, I believe. That’s been a challenge, to say the least, since I’m constantly 10 steps ahead of myself and feel like I can’t focus, lately. Being overwhelmed with the possibilities.
True, it’s been a slow release out from my job. In doing so, I’ve had *some* time to plot, but very little execution. I am looking forward to doing the most; AND the least: traveling; sitting in a museum for hours, cleaning my makeup brushes; drinking more water; deep conditioning my hair on a regular basis; washing the baseboards and windowsills; starting a blog, or not; designing a new website for my new focus(es); organizing our budget; reorganizing and purging my closet; seeing more family; getting my pores tighter; getting my spirit lighter.
Here’s to higher vibrations.
***originally written June 15th, 2017 in a meditative haze***